I am passionate about my work, promoting community identity and more livable public places through Art. I am an Interdisciplinary Artist and Designer, with a stellar track record spanning over 32 years. My work thrives at the intersections of Art with Urban Design, Environment and Infrastructure, bridging the gaps between disciplines to create a meaningful and engaging public realm.

My projects are best known for symbolic pattern work, the play of sunlight and shadow over sculptural form, and my ability to conceptually engage the entire site as a canvas. My works are layered in meaning, inviting multiple views, and sustained interest. I excel in collaborations with professionals and communities of different backgrounds than my own, promoting thoughtful, expansive dialogue and discovery. I am a good communicator and I have the ability to build consensus among diverse groups by distilling information and revealing human core values that transcend, age, race, or wealth. My community engagement process is interactive, promoting teamwork and creative activities through hands-on workshops and site explorations. I succeed in working across cultural differences by being an authentic advocate for all who I serve, promoting best practices and holistic design through Public Art.  

I am knowledgeable in all phases of design, cost estimating, fabrication, and construction. I am constantly honing my skills. In 2013, I earned a Certificate in Digital Design and Fabrication from the University of Washington. These digital tools expand my abilities to realize my work on the scale of the city and to embrace a more experimental process in image and fabrication development. My practice includes design team collaborations, site specific installations, mentoring interns, public engagement and public art master planning, promoting economic development through the Arts.

2013 Digital Design & Fabrication Certificate, UW, Seattle, WA  
Americans for the Arts
1985-present   Vicki Scuri SiteWorks   International Sculpture Center, Board Member  
1985-1988 Downtown Seattle Transit Project, Seattle, WA   Women in Transportation  
1980-1985 Assistant Professor, Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA      
1980 MFA Printmaking, UW, Madison, WI      
1977 Atelier 17/ Stanley William Hayter, Paris, France      
1976 Secondary Teaching Credential, UC Berkeley, CA      
BA, UC Berkeley, CA
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